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Rosemary Chocolate Chip Cookies.

This is my new favorite cookie recipe. It took me a while to get the flour amount right so that the cookies are not too dry and brittle, as often happens when baking without wheat. 

Rosemary Chocolate Chip Cookies
makes 20

250 g (1.1 cups) butter
1 dl (0.4 cups) caster sugar
1 dl (0.4 cups) brown sugar
2 eggs
4.5 dl (1.8 cups) flour (I used 3.5 dl organic cornmeal and added 1 dl of potato starch)
0.5 tsp baking powder
pinch of sea salt
200 g dark chocolate chips (7 ounces)
1.5 Tbsp. minced rosemary (I used fresh but I guess you could also substitute this with dried rosemary)

Set your oven to 200 degrees C (390 degrees F). Line baking sheets with parchment paper. In a bowl, mix the flours, baking soda, and salt.

In another bowl beat together butter and the sugars until soft and creamy. Continue to beat the mixture and add the eggs one at a time. Gradually beat the dry ingredients into the butter-sugar mixture until well combined. Stir in the chocolate chips and minced rosemary by folding with a spatula.

Drop dough by rounded teaspoon, about 5 cm (2 inches) apart onto the prepared baking sheet. Gently press the cookies to get a bit flatter and smoother surface.

Bake in the preheated oven for ca 10 minutes or until the edges are slightly browned. Allow the cookies to cool down for a while on the baking sheet before removing them to a wire rack to cool completely.


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